A Chinese drywall inspection is a vital add on service for a home building inspector in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Lousiana, and the Houston metro area-it will help a large number of people, and it will be a win for participating home inspectors
(PRWEB) July 15, 2013
The Homeowners Consumer Center is urging experienced, and honest home inspectors to join them in their initiative that begins next week, with the initial goal of identifying as many new toxic Chinese drywall homes before the August 2013 deadline, and then evolve the initiative into a service that every potential home buyer in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas would want to use, because what homeowner would unknowingly want to purchase a home that potentially contained toxic Chinese drywall? There will be a modest fee to participate in this initiative of $375 for one year-per inspector. Home inspectors that elect to participate will be listed both on the Homeowners Consumer Center's web site, and the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's web site and there will be weekly press releases urging potential home buyers to have their gulf states home inspected for toxic Chinese drywall, if it was built in the 2005 to 2007 time frame, and or if the home had a storm related remediation, or a remodel. To guarantee uniformity the Homeowners Consumer Center will have a list of required things to check for in a home, and this is a add on service to a normal home inspection. For more information experienced, and extremely ethical home inspectors are urged to contact the Homeowners Consumer Center via their web site. http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
Inspection Requirements To Be Included In The Homeowners Consumer Center's Toxic Chinese Drywall Inspection Initiative - The Participating Inspector Must Do the Following In Each Home:
- With the exception of the bathroom/bathrooms the toxic Chinese drywall home inspector must check every electrical outlet box in every room of the home to see if any of the copper ground wires have turned black.
- The toxic Chinese drywall home inspector must check the home's AC unit, or air handler to see if the copper coils, or copper tubes have turned black. The Homeowners Consumer Center is also strongly encouraging participating inspectors to have their client-home buyer call the proposed home's air conditioning service company to see if their is a history of air conditioning coil failures,
- The home inspector must check to see if any visible copper plumbing pipe has corroded, and turned black in a home they inspect
- The toxic Chinese drywall home inspector must remove the circuit breaker panel cover to see if any of the copper wires to the circuit breakers have turned black.
- These inspections will be applicable for single family homes, condominiums, and townhouses in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and the metro area of Houston,Texas, and the inspection is not designed to guarantee a home does not contain toxic Chinese drywall, because that would be impossible. The inspection is designed to check if indicators of toxic Chinese drywall could be present, and again this is a add on service for a normal home building inspection. The anticipated add on fee for this vital service should be between $250, and $400 depending on the size of the home.
The Homeowners Consumer Center has begun this very aggressive initiative because they get daily calls from homeowners, or potential home buyers in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and the Houston,Texas metro area requesting toxic Chinese drywall inspections. The group says, "Toxic Chinese drywall inspections are urgently needed in all of the Gulf States, and we want to build a team of experienced home inspectors to satisfy this demand as a add on service to a routine home inspection, we only want honest, and experienced home inspectors to participate, and we will hold up our end of the bargain by aggressively promoting this vital service, via our press releases, news sources, and our web sites. Our prime candidates are existing established home inspectors in each of the Gulf states, who have a sterling reputation, and space will be limited, so if an existing home building inspector in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or the Houston, Texas metro area is interested they should contact us immediately via our web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "If you have a friend, or colleague that is an established home building inspector, with an impeccable reputation in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or the metro area of Houston,Texas, please share this with them, and encourage them to join us. We believe this is a win-win for home inspectors, in the states indicated, and potential home buyers in these states." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
(United States District Court-Eastern District of Louisiana MDL Case #2047)